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For outdoor adventures, emergency situations, or long-term survival preparedness, Legacy’s ThermaFuel cans are a reliable emergency heat source. Each fuel can burns for four hours and has the capacity to cook from four to six meals. Heat from the cans is steady and does not fluctuate to a great degree, meaning your food cooks easily and quickly. And with an extremely long shelf life of 20 years plus, with Legacy’s ThermaFuel, you can rely on your emergency survival heat source to still be viable when you need it.
Not only does Legacy’s emergency stove fuel have a long shelf life, it is also safe and convenient to use.ThermaFuel burns clean and is smokeless and odorless, meaning you can use it inside or outside for all your emergency cooking needs or wilderness survival. All you have to do is place a ThermaFuel can inside your emergency preparedness stove, take off the lid, and light the fuel’s wicks. When you’re done, your fuel cell can be extinguished and saved for later use.
Emergency situations require functional survival preparedness gear that meets the needs at hand. Count on Legacy to provide this gear at an affordable price and with long shelf life guarantees that competitors don’t offer.
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*Tested boiling of 6 cups of water in 2 quart thin wall aluminum pot with lid showed boiling in 20-25 minutes, then approximately 20 minutes of cook time. Boiling time can vary depending on the type of pot used. Best results with smallest possible pot size, good lid and thinner walled pot.
Unscrew lid. Place the fuel cell in the stove. Light match and hold flame against a wick for 10 seconds. The flame from the fuel cell will not immediately be seen as the flame starts slowly and builds over the first half minute or so. Use the flame as long as desired. To extinguish carefully place the lid back over the fuel cell. Use tongs or other tool to avoid the flame when placing the lid back over the fuel cell.